Targeted at travellers and hikers, PocketEarth’s apps offer global travel guides and offline maps for every adventure. You can search and navigate to 3 word addresses around the world, and display the 3 word address for every location instead of GPS coordinates.
Pearlshare lets individuals create bespoke travel guides. Users can save the location of “Pearls” in the area and then share their guide with guests or friends. To help improve this user experience, Pearlshare has teamed up with what3words.
Travel like a local – the Tourism Board of Ulaanbaatar are now listing 3 word addresses to ensure tourists can easily discover all the delights of the Mongolian capital. They have created a guide to the city along with a public map including 3 word addresses for key locations. It means tourists can find everything they need; from supermarkets and hotels to hostels and pharmacies.
The RioGo app lets tourists, workers and athletes plan a journey across Rio de Janeiro during the Olympic Games. The what3words addressing system is integrated into the app and works alongside live transport feeds, helping users get from one 3-word location to another in the city.
TripGo is the only true multi-modal transit app that combines both any public and any private transport mode into one trip. Whether you’re cycling, walking, taking the bus or the underground, or all of them, you can get from A to Z, and everywhere in between, simply and easily. With what3words you can specify 3 word addresses for start and end points, and display the 3 word address of any location by dropping a pin.
If you love hiking, biking, horseback riding, or any other outdoor activity, GeoFlyer 3D Maps is the app you need. GeoFlyer reproduces the terrain in 3D with stunning details, allowing you to discover a 3 word address wherever you are.
Now you can order a Splashmap using a 3 word address to specify exactly where in the world you need mapping – and you can get your Splashmap printed with key 3 word locations too (like bus stops, first aid locations or places to park your bike) for that last-metre navigation.
A Hedonist’s Guide is a high-end travel guide and magazine exploring the best hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes, clubs, sights, shops and spas in 50 cities around the world. To ensure their travellers get to enjoy these places A Hedonist’s Guide have added 3 word addresses to every destination they list.
The Independent Map Company (IDMC°) is a collective committed to celebrating and promoting a diverse range of independent businesses. They have uncovered a wealth of creatives in cities across the world, all devoted to good quality design and individualism.